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PublicationMay 1942 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: Monthly
NotesArt credits verified by Gill Fox in Alter Ego Vol. 3 #12 (January 2002).
FeaturingPlastic Man
CreditsPencils: Gill Fox | Inks: Gill Fox
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Plastic Man [Patrick "Eel" O'Brian]; #711 [Daniel Dyce] (inset); The Human Bomb [Roy Lincoln] (inset); Manhunter [Dan Richards] (inset); The Firebrand [Rod Reilly] (inset); Chic Carter (inset)
NotesArt credits verified by Gill Fox in Alter Ego Vol. 3 #12 (January 2002).
Comic StorySatan's Son Sells Out To the Japs! (9 pages)
SynopsisHairy Arms is a gang leader who served the Axis Powers, and when his gang found out about that, they defied him and sought help from Eel O'Brien. Plastic Man follows up wit fellow officer Plotz, then learns that Arms has kidnapped a boy and leaves a ransom note demanding $50,000 be left at Wildwood Cemetery, where Arms was found manufacturing an Army of robots. Later, Arms was taken down by his own men.
FeaturingPlastic Man
CreditsScript: Jack Cole (signed) | Pencils: Jack Cole (signed) | Inks: Jack Cole (signed) | Letters: Jack Cole
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Plastic Man [Patrick "Eel" O'Brian] (origin re-cap); Officer Plotz; Hairy Arms [aka Mrs. Reknits] (villain, introduction); Slug (villain, introduction, death); Wooley (villain, introduction, death); Arson Carson (villain, introduction)
NotesWildwood Cemetery was the home of the Spirit. There is a real world cemetery by that name in Massachusetts, a state to which Cole later moved.
Comic Story"A trespasser-Dagnab it!" (1 page)
FeaturingDewey Drip
CreditsPencils: John Devlin | Inks: John Devlin
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Dewey Drip
NotesWriter revision from John Devlin to ? by Craig Delich 2013-4-7. According to the Who's Who, Devlin did not write this strip.
Comic StoryMission To Moscow (5 pages)
FeaturingEagle Evans
CreditsScript: Clark Williams | Pencils: Clark Williams | Inks: Clark Williams
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery
Comic StoryThe Horse Killers (5 pages)
FeaturingSteele Kerrigan
CreditsPencils: Al Bryant | Inks: Al Bryant
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery
Comic StoryBat Barron's Prison Murder Plot (5 pages)
SynopsisDyce finds a way to contribute to the national defense from prison when Nazis threaten to recruit agents from within the prison.
CreditsScript: George Brenner [as George E. Brenner] (signed) | Pencils: George Brenner [as George E. Brenner] (signed) | Inks: George Brenner [as George E. Brenner] (signed)
ContentGenre: Adventure; Crime | Characters: #711 [Daniel Dyce]; Bat Barron (villain); the Nazis (villains)
Comic StoryDeath In Hangman's Alley (6 pages)
SynopsisA trio of freaks secretly observe and aid Manhunter on a case.
CreditsPencils: Alex Kotzky | Inks: Alex Kotzky
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Manhunter [Dan Richards]; Thor; Jim Kelly; Kit Kelly; The Voodoo Queen (villain, introduction); a voodoo priest (villain, introduction); Xaxol (villain, introduction, a giant); The Firing Squad (villains)
NotesThe shoe print disappears from the small circle on Manhunter's chest.
Comic StoryThe Butler Did It! (6 pages)
FeaturingThe Firebrand
CreditsScript: S. M. Iger | Pencils: Reed Crandall (signed) | Inks: Reed Crandall (signed)
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Firebrand [Rod Reilly] (Naval Reserve Officer); Joan Rogers (Rod's fiancee); Slugger Dunn; Maxwell (inventor of a gun sight); the Nazis (villains)
Comic StoryThe Rum Runner's Racket (6 pages)
FeaturingChic Carter
CreditsScript: Vernon Henkel | Pencils: Vernon Henkel | Inks: Vernon Henkel
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery
Comic Story"Unknown to anyone, Senator Knight's beautiful daughter........." (6 pages)
SynopsisSandra sees her father shot down in Congress by a Japanese agent, and learns that the Japanese are plotting to destroy the J. M. Steel Plant.
FeaturingPhantom Lady
CreditsPencils: Arthur Peddy (signed) | Inks: Arthur Peddy (signed)
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: Phantom Lady [Sandra Knight]; Senator Knight; the Japanese (villains)
Text StoryDoom Train (2 pages)
FeaturingDick Mace
CreditsScript: Robert Hyatt? | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery | Characters: Dick Mace
Comic StorySuper Snooper (1 page)
FeaturingSuper Snooper
CreditsScript: Gill Fox | Pencils: Gill Fox | Inks: Gill Fox | Letters: Gill Fox?
ContentGenre: Humor
Comic StoryMike Fooch, Czar of Crime (5 pages)
FeaturingThe Mouthpiece
CreditsScript: Fred Guardineer (signed) | Pencils: Fred Guardineer (signed) | Inks: Fred Guardineer (signed)
ContentGenre: Detective-mystery; Superhero | Characters: The Mouthpiece [Bill Perkins]; Mike Fooch (villain)
Comic StoryThe Murder Movie (1 page)
FeaturingBurp the Twerp
CreditsScript: Jack Cole | Pencils: Jack Cole [Ralph Johns] | Inks: Jack Cole | Letters: Jack Cole
ContentGenre: Humor | Characters: Burp the Twerp
Comic StoryAdventure In Argentina (6 pages)
SynopsisThe Human Bomb tracks down a group of Nazis who had seized an aluminum mine in Argentina.
FeaturingThe Human Bomb
CreditsScript: Paul Gustavson [as Paul Carroll] (signed) | Pencils: Paul Gustavson [as Paul Carroll] (signed) | Inks: Paul Gustavson [as Paul Carroll] (signed) | Letters: Paul Gustavson
ContentGenre: Superhero | Characters: The Human Bomb [Roy Lincoln]; Jean Adams (Roy's fiancee); the Nazis (villains)
NotesEven though the Who's Who doesn't list Gustavson as a writer of the strip, Mike Kooiman and Jim Amash state in the Quality Companion that he created the strip and wrote it, so the question mark with the script credit has been removed by Craig Delich 2013-1-18. Also verified by Gustavson's son, Terry Gustafson. Letterer credit courtesy of Terry Gustafson, Paul Gustavson's son.
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